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Minutes - 2019


Executive Committee, November 4, 2019

attendees: Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny, Michelle Jelsma, Michael Humphrey, Tom Simonick
  1. AZHC Awards, 2020
    The awards hike will be in South Mountain Park on January 25. We’ll hike the Holbert Trail, which goes up to the towers. Equipment exchange will be included.
    AI [Tamar] → Make up a description of this event.
  2. Ted out of action for a while
    He is having shoulder surgery on December 13. No driving or hiking until it’s healed.
  3. New radios: channel, code, and compatibility
    AI [Andy] → Modifiy the hike leader’s instructions for the new radios.
  4. P.O. Box for the new Treasurer
    AI [Tom] → Look into it, and work out the details with the present treasurer.
  5. Guest Speakers for 2020 (have two, need four more)
    We have guest speakers for January and March.
    January 21: Roger Naylor
    March 17: Tim Woodson
    AI [all] → Contact potential speakers for later in the year.
  6. Looks like we're losing vs. gaining members at almost a 3:1 ratio.
    We need more "C" hikes! Ted leads hikes with a long option and a short option. They are well attended.
    AI [all] → Think about how can incentivise leaders for leading "C" hikes.
  7. November 19 club meeting
    We need all the packs and all the radios there.
    AI [Ted] → Make up a suitable announcement and send to Tamar for review.


September 2019

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
September 10, 2019, 7:00 PM
Goody’s, 1862 W. Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ 85202
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Tamar Gottfried]
    •   Our new 2-way radios have high-power channels. We will choose a channel and code. An announcement will be made at that time. Old radios that don’t have the high-power channels won’t work with the new ones.
    Tamar sent around a box that a pair of the new radios came in.
    Elections (November 19 AZHC meeting)
    We have candidates for all four elected offices:
    President: Michelle Jelsma, VP: Jim Buyens, Treasurer: Tom Simonick,
    Secretary: Ted Tenny.  Michael Humphrey will take over as statistician.
    Other topics are from the Executive Committee on September 3.
    Treasurer [Tamar Gottfried, for Monika Hahues]
    •   137 paid members; $5,833.52 bank balance
    One of the non-renewals was a family of four that hardly ever hikes with us.
    Main expenses: Insurance premium of $1,075.00 paid in August, $688.80 for promotional Bandage Dispensers paid in September.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    •   Make sure all the pictures for trip reports are sent full size. I can handle anything except pictures which are too small.
    Ted will be appearing at the Local Author Fair at the Phoenix Public Library on Saturday, November 2, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM.  Please stop by if you aren’t hiking!
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    •   Top hiker: Li, followed by Debbie, Tom, and Michael.
  3. Previous Hikes
    July 20-28 Kings Canyon CaliforniaLin Chao Yen
    Aug. 3Clover Creek Mogollon RimChuck Parsons
    Aug. 10O’Leary Peak FlagstaffLi Li
    Aug. 17Crystal Springs TucsonMichael Humphrey
    Aug. 24Bismarck Lake FlagstaffMichelle Jelsma
    Sept. 2Labor Day Weekend White MountainsTamar Gottfried
    Sept. 7Kendrick Peak FlagstaffTom Simonick
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    Sept. 14 Groom Creek Loop PrescottGabe McConnell
    Sept. 21Prescott Circle PrescottDavid French
    Sept. 21Flatiron SuperstitionsDebbie Rowray
    Sept. 28Houston Brothers Trail Mogollon RimChuck Parsons
    Oct. 5GMHSM State Park YarnellDebbie Rowray
    Oct. 6Inner Basin FlagstaffLin Chao Yen
    Oct. 12West Fork SedonaLin Chao Yen
    Oct. 12Arizona Trail OracleDavid French
    Oct. 19Ruins & Rock Art Agua Fria N. M.Mark Purcell
    Oct. 26Loy Canyon SedonaTed Tenny
    Nov. 2Picketpost Mountain SuperiorDebbie Rowray
    Nov. 8-10Bassett Peak GaliurosTamar Gottfried
    Nov. 9Sunrise Hike SedonaMark Purcell
    Nov. 16<<open>>   
  5. Guest Speaker: Robert “Robby” Pacho
    Subject: The Path Less Traveled
        Robby wore out three pairs of boots hiking every marked trail in the Superstition Wilderness. His favorite is the Spencer Spring Trail, northwest of Sawtooth Ridge.
        It will take decades for the wilderness to recover from the Woodbury Fire. In a way it’s good that there wasn’t much rain this monsoon season: fewer washouts. Robby is Passage Steward of part of passage 19 of the Arizona Trail. Soon volunteers will be needed to clean up the trail.
        He hasn’t found the Lost Dutchman Mine.
  6. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 6:00 PM.  Elections.


Executive Committee, September 3, 2019

attendees: Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny
  1. Unsolicited link requests
    Our links are limited to hiking, camping, and Arizona. If Ted is unsure about them, he can ask the other officers.
  2. Hike Leader Training
    Not needed at this time.
  3. Officers pay no club dues
    Passed. Most officers are hike leaders who lead five or more hikes, so they won’t have to pay anyway. It will begin with the officers for 2020.
  4. Online nonprofit filing
    It can be done! Eliminates a lot of paperwork.
  5. Officers elections
    We have candidates for President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.
  6. New radios: auctioning off the old ones?
    The new radios will operate on high-power channels, so we won’t auction off the old ones, which will become incompatible.
  7. Using high power radio settings
    The high-power settings are on different channels from the low-power settings.
    AI [Andy] → Choose the channel and code, and draft a policy concerning club-compatible radios.
  8. Club retreat?
    There is a retreat center in Pine that could be used.
    AI [Tamar] → Plan a possible retreat.


July 2019

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
July 16, 2019, 6:00 PM
Goody’s, 1862 W. Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ 85202

Thanks to Andy Zaharchuk for recording minutes in the secretary’s absence.
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Tamar Gottfried]
    September club meeting rescheduled from 17th to 10th.
    Monika Hahues will serve as Treasurer until year end.
    Club giveaways (bandage holders) expected to be available at next club meeting.
    New club radios purchased and received.
    Should we have annual club dues in January for all members?
    Treasurer [Tamar Gottfried, for Monika Hahues]
    As of July 16, the club has 147 paid members and $7,269.72 in the bank. The club spent $600 for six two-way radios in July.
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    Report to be made at a later date.
  3. Previous Hikes
    May 25 Sandy's Canyon FlagstaffJim Buyens
    May 25-27Grand Canyon Hikes Grand CanyonLi Li
    June 1Johnson Canyon WilliamsJim Buyens
    June 8Pine Canyon Mogollon RimLi Li
    June 15Slate Mountain FlagstaffJim Buyens
    June 22V Bar V Trail east of I-17Michael Humphrey
    June 29Rim Vista Loop Mogollon RimTed Tenny
    July 3-5Mt. Wrightson south of TucsonTamar Gottfried
    July 4-6Backpacking Aravaipa CanyonMichael Humphrey
    July 6Inner Basin FlagstaffGabrielle McConnell
    July 13Crystal Point Munds ParkGabrielle McConnell
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    July 20-28 Kings Canyon CaliforniaLin Chao Yen
    July 27-28Humphrey's Peak FlagstaffLi Li
    Aug. 3Clover Creek Mogollon RimChuck Parsons
    Aug. 10<<open>>   
    Aug. 17<<open>>   
    Aug. 24<<open>>   
    Aug. 31<<open>>   
    Sept. 7<<open>>   
    Sept. 14<<open>>   
  5. Guest Speaker: Debbie Hendricks, Just Roughin’ It
    subject: Back Country
        Debbie gave a very interesting and extemporaneous talk about her experiences leading groups hiking in the Grand Canyon. She’s had extensive experience hiking there, having spent more than 200 nights while there on treks. She is with the company Just Roughin’ It, a business located in Scottsdale. Her organization has numerous interesting posts on Youtube.
    Just Roughin’ It Big Horn Sheep Juvenile Condor
  6. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, September 10, 2019, 6:00 PM.


Executive Committee, June 25, 2019

attendees: Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Jim Buyens, Monika Hahues, Ted Tenny
  1. AZHC officers for 2020
    Potential candidates were identified.
    AI [Tamar] → Contact the potential candidates to determine their interest.
  2. Give-away stuff
    Ted brought examples of a carabiner and a bottle opener from 4Imprint. These are things to keep in mind for future give-aways.
  3. Club meeting on July 16
    Ted will be out of town, so Andy will serve as secretary for the meeting. Ted gave Andy an attendance form.
    Tamar, Monika, and Andy will each miss the September 17 meeting, but Jim and Ted will be there.
    AI [Jim] → Bring a plain HDMI cable to the July 16 meeting.
  4. Discussion of SALT
    They have a board, but evidently there’s not much else going on. A meeting of their board with our board might be beneficial.
  5. Dues
    Should dues for everyone be collected in January? This has been discussed before.
    “It’s up to the Treasurer to decide,” Ted observed.
  6. Radios
    They have been identified but not ordered.
    AI [Andy] → Send Tamar the ordering information.
    AI [Tamar] → Order the radios.
    AI [Monika] → Reimburse Tamar for the purchase.


May 2019

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
May 21, 2019, 6:00 PM
Goody’s, 1862 W. Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ 85202
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Tamar Gottfried]
    •  Tamar visited La Casa de Juana and found it unsuitable for club meetings.
    First Aid supplies for hike leaders will be brought to the July 16 AZHC meeting.
    Backpacking equipment has been donated to the club. Anyone can use it.
    Other topics were from the Executive Committee meeting on May 14.
    Treasurer [Tamar Gottfried, for Monika Hahues]
    As of May 21, the club has 148 paid members and a bank balance of $7,494.00. We made a donation in the amount of $100.00 to the Nature Conservancy in memory of Barbara French.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    Camping trip leaders, be sure to check the schedule when I add months, to make sure your camping trip is included.
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    So far in 2019, Li Li is the top hiker, and Tom Simonick is the top carpool driver.
  3. Previous Hikes
    Mar. 23 Ridgeline SuperstitionsTom Simonick
    Mar. 23 Latigo-Whiskey Loop ScottsdaleQuy Nguyen
    Mar. 23 Maricopa Trail UserysMichelle Jelsma
    Mar. 24 Monument Canyon SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Mar. 30 Peak 5057 SuperstitionsDebbie Rowray
    Mar. 30 Watson Lake PrescottJim Buyens
    Mar. 30 Hawes Trails UserysMichelle Jelsma
    Apr. 6 Battleship Mountain SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Apr. 7 Desert Mountain ScottsdaleTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 13 Pass Mountain Loop GoldfieldsDebbie Rowray
    Apr. 13 Goldwater Lake PrescottJim Buyens
    Apr. 14 Haunted Canyon SuperiorTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 20 Groom Creek Loop PrescottGabrielle McConnell
    Apr. 27 Derrick-Horton Loop Mogollon RimTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 28Thompson Peak McDowellsDebbie Rowray
    May 4 Dixie Mountain PhoenixGabrielle McConnell
    May 11Mt. Ord SunflowerTom Simonick
    May 11Woodchute Mountain JeromeJim Buyens
    May 18Goldwater Lake PrescottGabrielle McConnell
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    May 25 Sandy's Canyon FlagstaffJim Buyens
    May 25-27Grand Canyon Hikes Grand CanyonMichael Humphrey
    June 1<< open >>   
    June 8Pine Canyon Mogollon RimLi Li
    June 15<< open >>   
    June 22V Bar V Trail east of SedonaMichael Humphrey
    June 29Rim Vista Loop Mogollon RimTed Tenny
    July 4-7Backpacking Aravaipa CanyonMichael Humphrey
    July 6<< open >>   
    July 13<< open >>   
  5. Guest Speaker: , Arizona Advocate for Leave No Trace
    subject: Leaving No Trace
         Beth is also a City of Phoenix Park Steward. The principles of Leave to Trace are:
    1.  Know before you go. Plan ahead and prepare.
    2. Stick to trails and camp overnight right.
    3. Trash your trash and pick up poop.
    4. Leave it as you find it (except for removing trash, I’ll add).
    5. Keep wildlife wild.
    6. Share our trails and manage your pet.
    7. Be careful with fire.
         She gave us exercises in identifying how long various kinds of trash take to decompose and identifying dog or wildlife scat by foreign substances. Questions included hiking off trail (as to King’s Crown Peak). Where there isn’t a trail hikers shouldn’t follow each other, but separate.
  6. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, July 16, 2019, Goody’s, 6:00 PM


Executive Committee, May 14, 2019

attendees:  Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny
  1. Location of AZHC meetings.
    For many years the club met at Top Shelf on Southern east of Dobson in Mesa. Then the restaurant closed. Now it is open again under new management as La Casa de Juana. We don’t know what changes have been made.
    AI [Tamar] → Find out whether it’s suitable for club meetings.
  2. 2-way Radios.
    There are not enough. Should be four in each of the club’s packs. We need to buy a dozen more. Some criteria:
    1. Lightweight.
    2.Rugged.
    3.Long range.
    4.Uses standard batteries.
    5.Long battery life.
    AI [Andy, Jim] → Recommend which kind of radio to buy.
  3. Charitable Donations.
    The club is donating $100 to the Nature Conservancy in honor of Barbara French.
    AI [Andy] → Make the donation and get reimbursement from the Treasurer.
  4. First-Aid Supplies.
    Most hikers use their own. There should be enough of each item that is on the recommended list.
    AI [Tamar] → Buy what’s missing and get reimbursement from the Treasurer.
  5. Band-Aid Boxes.
    They will be the club’s next promotional item.
    AI [Jim] → Buy 500 of them and get reimbursement from the Treasurer.


March 2019

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
March 19, 2019, 7:00 PM
Goody’s, 1862 W. Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ 85202
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Tamar Gottfried]
    •   Not many hike leaders have had recent training in Wilderness First Aid.
    Other topics were from the Executive Committee meeting of March 12.
    Treasurer [Tamar Gottfried, for Monika Hahues]
    As of March 19, the club has 159 paid members and a bank balance of $7200.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    From April 26 through May 9, I’ll be on vacation. Although I’ll have email, I won’t have the software tools for trip reports and hike descriptions. Hike leaders, please send me your hikes for April 27, May 4, and May 11. I’ll put them on the schedule, and send out an email announcing them on April 25.
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    Report will be sent later. Jim passed around pictures of items that could be given away with the club’s logo on them.
  3. Previous Hikes   
    Jan. 19 AZHC Awards Potluck Papago ParkTamar Gottfried
    Jan. 26Lost Goldmine Trail SuperstitionsTed Tenny
    Jan. 27Bike-Hike South MountainYanis Braukis
    Feb. 2Wave Cave SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Feb. 9Lake Pleasant PhoenixGabrielle McConnell
    Feb. 9Thompson Peak McDowellsDebbie Rowray
    Feb. 16Chimney Mountain SedonaMark Purcell
    Feb. 17Picketpost Mountain SuperiorDebbie Rowray
    Feb. 23Massacre Grounds SuperstitionsTom Simonick
    Mar. 2 Cottonwood Canyon SuperstitionsDave French
    Mar. 3 Flatiron SuperstitionsTom Simonick
    Mar. 9 Fossil Springs StrawberryLi Li
    Mar. 9 Christiansen Trail PhoenixJim Buyens
    Mar. 16 Sunflower Foothills MazatzalsTed Tenny
    Mar. 16 Marcus Landslide ScottsdaleJim Buyens
    Mar. 16 West Boulder Saddle SuperstitionsTom Simonick
    Mar. 17-19 Charlebois Backpack SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    Mar. 23 Ridgeline SuperstitionsTom Simonick
    Mar. 23 Latigo-Whiskey Loop ScottsdaleQuy Nguyen
    Mar. 23 Maricopa Trail UserysMichelle Jelsma
    Mar. 24 Monument Canyon SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Mar. 30 Peak 5057 SuperstitionsDebbie Rowray
    Apr. 6Loy Canyon SedonaTed Tenny
    Apr. 6 Battleship Mountain SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Apr. 7 Desert Mountain ScottsdaleTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 13 Pass Mountain Loop GoldfieldsDebbie Rowray
    Apr. 20 <<open>>   
    Apr. 27 <<open>>   
    May 4 <<open>>   
    May 11Mt. Ord SunflowerDebbie Rowray
    May 18<<open>>   
  5. Guest Speaker
    Heather Zunino
    subject: Mountain Rescue
        Heather is a Rescue Technician and Secretary of the Central Arizona Mountain Rescue Association. An all-volunteer organization, their mission is saving lives. It is an outgrowth of the Climbing Kachinas. Recruits get a lot of training. One of the recent rescues was in Bulldog Canyon. It included a helicopter. Everyone got out safely.
  6. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 6:00 PM at Goody’s.


Executive Committee, March 12, 2019

attendees:  Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny
  1. Location of future AZHC meetings.
    Goody’s is planning to have a TV in the banquet room. So we’ll meet here for now.
  2. Radios on hikes [email fron Chuck Parsons].
    The use of radios is encouraged. Ted has his own 2-way radio, and carries it on a hike if anyone else has one.
  3. Guest speaker for July 16.
    Ted will be gone on vacation July 16.
    Robby Pacho will be our speaker on September 17. Topic: Hiking the Superstitions.
    Rick Kamel will be our speaker on November 19. Topic: After the Fall.
    Tamar has contacted Wildland Trekking about a speaker for July 16.
  4. Possible charitable donation by the club. [Andy].
    We decided to allocate $500 for charitable donations this year. The recipient must be a non-profit organization, wilderness-oriented, not political or religious, in which no officer of the club is an officer of the organization.
    AI [Andy] → Contact the Superstition Area Land Trust.
    AI [Tamar] → Compose a message calling for nominations.
  5. New projector and screen? [Tamar]
    Goody’s is planning to have a TV in the banquet room. At the March 19 meeting, we’ll plan to use the equipment we already have.
  6. Upcoming hike variety. [Tamar].
    We have "A", "B" and "C" hikes on the schedule.
    People appreciate easy hikes this time of year.
  7. Promotional handouts. [Jim].
    There are many to choose from. Bandage dispensers are favored.
    AI [Jim] → Pass around a list at the March 19 club meeting.
  8. Wilderness First Aid.
    Some of us have had classes, of varying effectiveness.
    AI [Ted] → Include a question about it in the club meeting announcement.


January 2019

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
January 15, 2019, 7:00 PM
Mimi’s, 1250 S. Alma School, Mesa
  1. Reports
    President [Tamar Gottfried]
    •  Don’t miss the Awards hike, Potluck, and Gear Exchange! Be at Papago Park Ramada 2 at 8:00 AM.
    Other topics are from the Executive Committee, January 7.
    Treasurer [Monika Hahues]
    As of January 15, the club has 158 paid members and a bank balance of $7,136.91.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    We have over 60 Trip Report authors. Thanks to all of them!
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    Jim’s report will be given at the Awards ceremony on January 19.
  2. Previous Hikes   
    Nov. 23 Picketpost Perimeter SuperiorTamar Gottfried
    Nov. 24 Idaho Pass GoldfieldsTed Tenny
    Dec. 1 Saddle Mountain MazatzalsMichael Humphrey
    Dec. 1 Pass Mountain Trail GoldfieldsMonika Hahues
    Dec. 8 Coyote Canyon Trail ScottsdaleQuy Nguyen
    Dec. 8 La Barge Canyon SuperstitionsTamar Gottfried
    Dec. 15 Dome Mountain GoldfieldsDebbie Rowray
    Dec. 15 Hawknest Trail ScottsdaleQuy Nguyen
    Dec. 22 Windgate Pass ScottsdaleTom Simonick
    Dec. 22 Butcher Jones Trail Saguaro LakeQuy Nguyen
    Dec. 29 Hackamore to Dome GoldfieldsTed Tenny
    Dec. 31 Thunderbird PhoenixMichael Humphrey
    Jan. 5 Picketpost Perimeter SuperiorDebbie Rowray
    Jan. 5 Badger Brawl PhoenixGabe McConnell
    Jan. 12 Adero Canyon Fountain HillsMonika Hahues
    Jan. 12 Pemberton Trail McDowellsQuy Nguyen
  3. Upcoming Hikes   
    Jan. 19 AZHC Awards Potluck Papago ParkTamar Gottfried
    Jan. 26Lost Goldmine Trail SuperstitionsTed Tenny
    Jan. 27Bike-Hike South MountainYanis Braukis
    Feb. 2<< open >>
    Feb. 9 Lake Pleasant PhoenixGabe McConnell
    Feb. 16Chimney Mountain SedonaMark Purcell
    Feb. 17 Picketpost Mountain SuperiorDebbie Rowray
    Feb. 23Flatiron SuperstitionsTom Simonick
    Mar. 2<< open >>
    Mar. 9<< open >>
    Mar. 16 Sunflower Foothills MazatzalsTed Tenny
    Mar. 17-19 Charlebois Backpack SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
  4. Guest Speaker: Kelly Nalder
    subject: Backpacking the Appalachian Trail
        Kelly backpacked the Appalachian Trail from March 26 to October 10, 2018. She wore out six pairs of hiking boots and almost stepped on a copperhead. Two hiking companions were with her much of the way. The trail goes through 14 states, from Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. Unlike the Arizona Trail, you go up to every summit along the way.
  5. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 7:00 PM, location TBD.


Executive Committee, January 7, 2019

attendees: Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Monika Hahues, Ted Tenny
  1. AHTC
    AHTC has disbanded, and Andy received the membership list.
    AI [Andy] → Send the list to Ted.
    AI [Ted] → Send out the email announcement to AHTC members.
  2. Club meeting location
    We’re going to try Mimi’s this month, then decide.
  3. Awards Hike & Potluck, January 19
    Award categories include miles hiked with the club, hikes led, and trips driven.
    AI [Jim] → Print the award certificates.
    AI [Monika] → Buy gift cards to be handed out for hikers, leaders, carpool drivers.
    AI [Andy] → Buy price tags for the gear exchange, plates and cups.
    AI [Tamar] → Buy plasticware and get a beer permit.
  4. Speakers for July 16, September 17, November 19
    We have guest speakers for January, March, and May.
    AI [Tamar] → Contact other potential speakers
  5. Whether to make the Statistician part of the Executive Committee this year.
    Yes.
  6. Promotional handout items
    Deferred.
  7. Recognizing Accomplishments (Jim, Diva, Ralph, Ted)
    AI [Ted] → Send Jim an email about what goes on each certificate.
    AI [Jim] → Print certificates to be handed out at the Awards ceremony.
  8. Ted’s vacation, July 11-18
    Ted will miss the July 16 club meeting.
    AI [Andy] → Prepare to take over as secretary.
    AI [all] → Find someone to take over the video if need be.

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